Latest Seattle Spring Summer
Here are some easy, plant-saving tips that will keep your foliage fresh, lush and healthy.
With lots of mountain snowpack, rivers that both flow lazily and roar with whitewater, Washington state has the water, nature and fun to take you on your next rafting adventure!
When the weather is hot and the kids get cranky, take them to one of these FREE spray parks in Puget Sound. Pack a lunch, bring a towel and sunscreen and have a blast! Here are some of our favorites.
Take your little slugger out for some practice this summer! Here are some local baseball and softball batting cages where you and your family can enjoy America’s favorite past time.
The quaint town of Walla Walla, WA is filled with lush farmland, artists and musicians, wineries and excellent restaurants. For a weekend getaway, it’s the perfect place to enjoy some Eastern Washington sunshine and local culture. Here are some of our favorites.
The San Juan Islands sit in the rain shadow of the Olympic Mountains and receive less rain than Seattle 65 miles to the south. Explore 172 islands, which up the archipelago highlighted by Fidelgo, San Juan, Orcas, Shaw and Lopez. Expect ample outdoor activities, art galleries, museums, festivals and scenic drives on this exciting island adventure. The islands are home to the largest concentration of bald eagles in the lower 48 states, three pods of orca and harbor seals. Explore the tallest peak, Mount Constitution on Orca Island, or just bask in the sun on a weekend getaway to the sunny San Juan Islands.
Continuing our journey a little further east, check out part two of our state-to-state guide to America’s roadside attractions!
Just because summer is the hottest season, does not mean you have to pay extra to the energy companies.
Starting on the Pacific and heading east, check out part one of our state-to-state guide to America’s roadside attractions!